Gianni Garubo was first introduced to Krishnamurti’s work as a student at Oak Grove School. He has a B.A. in Liberal Arts (Philosophy & History of Mathematics/Science with minors in Classical Studies & Comparative Literature) from St. John’s College. After interning at a think-tank in Washington D.C. this past summer, he is now working at the Krishnamurti Foundation where he is developing the KFA’s Online Courses as part of the Immeasurable project.
Paul Herder taught at two schools founded by J. Krishnamurti, the first Brockwood Park in England and then The Oak Grove School in Ojai, CA. Paul spent several years as an in-service provider coaching teachers in Los Angeles Unified School District Title II funded schools. Later he worked as an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Arizona, mentoring Masters of Education candidates on progressive teaching practices in borderland school districts. Most recently he’s worked as a teen mentor at Rock Tree Sky, a democratic, self-directed learning program in Ojai, California. He is the author of Revolutionary Minds – The Educational Vision of J. Krishnamurti and Its Practice.